Author: Sallie G. De Golia, M.D., M.P.H.
Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub
Release Date: 2019-04-03
Despite the importance of supervision to the field of mental health -- it is a building block of learning and a fundamental stepping-stone to unsupervised practice -- most mental health supervisors receive little to no training in how to supervise. Supervision also remains the least developed and researched aspect of clinical training. This relative lack of attention to this crucial element of training is what makes Supervision in Psychiatric Practice such a necessary addition to the psychiatric literature. More than two dozen experts bring their knowledge to bear on establishing a practical framework for supervision grounded in real-world experience. This guide explores techniques such as role-playing, working with process notes, live supervision, and co-therapy in a variety of clinical and nonclinical settings, including: * Inpatient psychiatry* Hospital-based consultation-liaison and emergency department psychiatry* Couples and family therapy* Administrative training* Leadership development* Quality improvement initiatives Key points provide a context for each chapter and allow readers to easily reference the book's major takeaways. All chapters address specific challenges and strategies related to the topic and include questions for supervisees and supervisors to facilitate discussion. Also included is a listing of additional resources that can serve as a springboard to further discovery and learning. Special attention is given to unique issues in supervision, including selecting a psychotherapy supervisor, supervising adverse outcomes, supervising auxiliary health care providers, and terminating a supervisory relationship. A discussion of the legal issues in supervision and building a supervisor training program round out the most comprehensive, up-to-date manual of its kind.
Author: Daniel S. Newman
Release Date: 2019-10-01
The School Psychology Internship is intended to support both doctoral and graduate-level interns and their supervisors (both field and university) in navigating the internship process. Emphasis is placed on the idea that the internship year is a dynamic and formative journey and that interns and supervisors both must be active planners, coordinators, and shapers of the experience. This thoroughly updated 2nd Edition contains an array of helpful resources such as evaluation tools, best practice guidelines, added coverage on doctoral-level training, and sample forms along with all new supplementary materials designed to aid interns in the transition from internship to early career practice.
This groundbreaking textbook provides Mental Health nursing students with the essential knowledge needed to deliver truly person-centred and compassionate care. It also adopts the latest approaches to mental health care by focusing on positive recovery and exploring both the bio-medical and psycho-social approaches.
This first-of-a-kind analysis will focus exclusively on unavoidable and mandated multiple relationships between clients and psychotherapists. The book will cover the ethics of a range of venues and situations where dual relationships are mandated, such as in the military, prisons/jails, and police departments, and settings where multiple relationships are unavoidable, such as rural communities; graduate schools and training institutions; faith, spiritual, recovery or 12-step, minority and disabled communities, total institutions, and sport psychology. The complexities of social network ethics and digital dual relationships, such as clients becoming "friends" or "fans" on their therapists’ social media pages are discussed. Finally, the book will discuss the complexities multiple roles that inevitably emerge in supervisory relationships.
Author: Robin L. Cautin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2015-01-20
Available online, or as a 5-volume print set, The Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology includes well over 500 A-Z entries covering the main topics, key concepts, and influential figures in this field. Serves as a comprehensive reference with particular emphasis on the scientific basis of the field; philosophical and historical issues; cultural considerations; and conflicts and controversies Offers an historiographical overview, demonstrating how concepts have developed over time and the ways in which research influences practice Cites the best and most up-to-date scientific evidence for each topic and encourages readers to think critically when evaluating the validity of various scientific claims, theories, and techniques Available on Wiley Online Library with interactive cross-referencing links and powerful searching and browsing capabilities within the work, or as a five-volume print set
Author: Loretta J. Bradley
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Release Date: 2001
This book represents a complete overhaul of a classic text for the twenty-first century. Loretta Bradley, and new co-author/editor Nicholas Ladany, have completely revised the material to reflect the most current research, theory, and practice available. In doing so, they have made Counselor Supervision, 3e a cutting-edge model of multicultural supervision.Primary supervision theories are reviewed and critiqued with the intent of informing supervisor practitioners, counselor educators, and supervisor trainees. Case studies are used throughout the book to illustrate the application of these theories to the practical issues that supervisors regularly encounter. The authors also include a focused discussion on the importance of the supervisory relationship and its influence on supervision process and outcome. Important changes and additions to the new edition include: -- Integration of multicultural issues in supervision throughout the book; -- An examination of the ethical and advocacy issues in supervision; -- An innovative chapter devoted to understanding and conducting research in counselor supervision; -- New and relevant chapters on the supervision of school counselors, career counselors, and family counselors; -- An updated chapter on group supervision.Counselor Supervision is ideal for use as a textbook in counselor supervision courses. The book is also an outstanding professional development tool for administrative and clinical supervisors alike.
Author: Carol A. Falender
Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn
Release Date: 2012
Clinical training in psychotherapy is challenging for supervisees, many of whom are unsure how to navigate the supervisory process and effectively build clinical skills and professional competence. This volume, aimed at students and interns, is written in a user-friendly, interactive style with "real life" case examples and reflection activities. The authors describe how to establish effective working relationships with supervisors and understand the evaluation process. Empirically-supported yet highly practical, this book normalizes the anxieties and conflicts that typically arise during supervision and will be welcomed by students and interns at all levels of experience.
Author: Lisa Aasheim, PhD, NCC, ACS
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Release Date: 2011-10-21
As the field of counseling continues to experience major growth, the need for clinical supervisors is growing proportionally. This stand-alone text for graduate and post-Masters level supervision courses contains all of the information clinical supervisors will need to practice effectively in community mental health and private practice settings. It aligns with current supervision standards issued by the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, and with the recommendations of the American Association for State Counseling Boards. The book integrates theoretical and practical information while addressing all stages of the supervision process, from initial conceptualization and preparation to direct application and advanced skill utilization. Special attention is paid to ethical and legal issues, professional development, multicultural competence, evaluation, supervisory alliance, parallel process, and advanced supervision strategies. The text presents helpful tools for effective problem solving, including the supervisor self-concept exercise that guides the student in solidifying his or her identity as a supervisor. It will be useful for all levels of experience from novice to advanced supervisors. Key Features: Aligns with current national and state-specific supervision standards Engages readers in multiple exercises that readily facilitate application of concepts and theories Provides solutions to common and emerging supervision dilemmas Addresses such underrepresented supervision components as group supervision and dilemmas specific to private practice or agencies
Author: Jeffrey K. Edwards
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Release Date: 2012-04-24
Genre: Social Science
Moving away from the usual medical-modeled framework of mental health focused on problems, Strengths-Based Supervision in Clinical Practice by Jeffrey K. Edwards takes a postmodern, social construction approach, looking for and amplifying strengths and encouraging stakeholders to use them. Based on research in brain science, as well as from the Information Age/Connectivity Age thinking, the book reframes the focus of supervision, management, and leadership to one that collaborates and builds on strengths with supervisees as competent stakeholders in their work with their clients.
Author: Cory Frank Newman
Publisher: American Psychological Association (APA)
Release Date: 2016
Cognitive-behavioural therapies are the most popular form of mental health services offered today. But with this popularity comes an urgent need for standardized training and education for emerging cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) clinicians. This handy guide offers an evidence-based approach to supervision of emerging CBT practitioners. The authors' approach is based on two key concepts: feedback that is geared toward strengths as well as weaknesses, and stimulates problem-solving and growth; and demonstration, by which a supervisor takes part in role-playing exercises and even shows videos of his or her own work with clients, in order to model the experiential knowledge that trainees need to succeed. Using a wealth of case examples, including material from a supervision session with a real trainee (from the DVD Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Supervision, also available from the American Psychological Association), Newman and Kaplan demonstrate how trainees can learn to think like effective CBT practitioners, from conceptualizing cases and matching interventions to the individual needs of each client, to the comprehensive and subtle understandings of cultural competency and professional ethics.
Author: David J. Powell
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Release Date: 2010-08
Clinical supervision (CS) is emerging as the crucible in which counselors acquire knowledge and skills for the substance abuse (SA) treatment profession, providing a bridge between the classroom and the clinic. Supervision is necessary in the SA treatment field to improve client care, develop the professionalism of clinical personnel, and maintain ethical standards. Contents of this report: (1) CS and Prof¿l. Develop. of the SA Counselor: Basic info. about CS in the SA treatment field; Presents the ¿how to¿ of CS.; (2) An Implementation Guide for Admin.; Will help admin. understand the benefits and rationale behind providing CS for their program¿s SA counselors. Provides tools for making the tasks assoc. with implementing a CS system easier. Illustrations.
Author: Jennifer D. Berton
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2013-12-03
Guidance for addiction counselors in understanding and applyingethical standards Filled with proven strategies to help you examine your currentpractice for ethical snags and refresh your ethical thinking,Ethics for Addiction Professionals leads you in examining,building, and rebuilding aspects of your ethical practice with thegoal of helping you become the strongest clinicianpossible—ethically speaking.Up-to-date and comprehensive,this practical guide examines real-life examples of ethical issuesin clinical practice and illustrates potential pitfalls and theactions needed when faced with dilemmas. Helping addictioncounselors learn how to deal with and apply ethical standards,Ethics for Addiction Professionals explores the gray area ofcommon dilemmas and provides guidelines on how to determine thebest course of action when the best course is unclear. Covers basic principles that affect current ethical concernsand dilemmas Includes illustrative real-world case studies Features well-defined professional codes of ethics Treats ethics as a set of guidelines designed to protect theclient, the clinician, and the profession as a whole
Author: Derek L. Milne
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2009-03-12
Evidence-Based Clinical Supervision critiques and summarisesthe best available psychological evidence relating to clinicalsupervision, clarifying the key principles, setting out the relatedpractice guidelines and specifying the research and practiceimplications. A best-practice guide to clinical supervision, an approach usedacross psychotherapy and health services where professionals meetregularly with each other to discuss casework and trainingissues Summarises the best available clinical evidence relating toclinical supervision, and relates this information to keyprinciples with a strong applied focus, drawing out practiceguidelines and implications Aims to motivate health professionals to practice supervisionwith greater enthusiasm and proficiency Represents the culmination of two years' intensive research onsupervision and twenty years of involvement in supporting anddeveloping supervisors